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All that garbage was just too much

Texting each other back and forth while walking through Talbot Park one day, two young Leasiders, Sarah Fallis and Graham MacLellan, both 24, hatched a plan to combine one of their favourite activities—watching baseball—with picking …more

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A unique building for Canada

It doesn’t look like anything special, a normal apartment building on Bayview just north of the Humphrey funeral home, but it is unique to Canada, says Diane Marshall, executive director of The Residences of 1425 …more

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In our Hood

Quick thinking neighbours sprang into action early on May 9 when vandals set nine cars on fire in Bennington Heights. Local radio personality, Stu Jeffries, up early because of his work as a radio DJ …more

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Letters – June 2014

Ashworth doesn’t get what’s best for Bayview Back in 2004 Councillor Jane Pitfield tried to get 1560 Bayview torn down for a parking structure. Fortunately the tenants at 1560 and the neighbourhood residents squelched that …more

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Recent action at the OMB

Sometimes it seems as if Leaside resembles an urban battlefield rather than the small town in Toronto (that it’s sometimes called). With a red-hot housing market, it seems as if developers and speculators are desperate …more

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June 2014 Calendar

Free listing service. Have a local event to promote? Send us the date, time, location and event name by the 10th of each month. Leaside Library, 165 McRae Adult and teen programming The Science of …more

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Special night for music teacher

Northlea School’s music teacher, Mitch Bondy is retiring this year after 30 years. He has “defined the school with music,” says parent Sandra Whittaker. “The choir consistently wins Kiwanis awards. “Mitch has been such a …more